E-cigarettes Facts, FDA To Add Warnings

E-cigarettes Facts, FDA To Add Warnings
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Is electronic cigarette is an alternative for tobacco?-many of smokers around the world are addicted with tobacco cigarette, FDA implements to add warnings, child-proof packaging for liquid nicotine.

E-cigarettes Facts, FDA To Add Warnings
E-cigarettes Facts, FDA To Add Warnings

But many questions comes into our mind does this e-cigarette taste like the tobacco cigarette? If so, then why not use e-cigarette as an alternative.

According to CNN report, The FDA agency posted a 15-page “notice of proposed rule making” on its website Tuesday, requesting “comments, data, research results or other information that may inform regulatory actions FDA might take” regarding warnings and packaging for liquid nicotine and other tobacco products.

The public has 60 days to weigh in via email or old-fashioned snail mail.

Electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, are battery-operated products designed to deliver nicotine, flavor and other chemicals.

They turn chemicals, including highly addictive nicotine, into an aerosol that is inhaled by the user.
A photo of two electronic cigarettes

According to an assistant professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. “They look like the real thing.

The end glows as you inhale. As you exhale, you puff out a cloud of what looks like smoke. It’s vapor, similar to the fog you might see at rock shows”.

On E-cigarette Facts, one user says that “E-cigarettes may be less harmful than cigarettes, But we still don’t know enough about their long-term risks or the effects of secondhand exposure.” according to report.

E-cigarettes have triggered a fierce debate among health experts who share the same goal — reducing the disease and death caused by tobacco. But they disagree about whether e-cigarettes make the problem better or worse. Since E-cigarettes have not been fully studied, so consumers currently don’t know. IMAGE/NEW YORK DAILY POST

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